Old, new combine for show

THE LONG BLOW: Shearing judges watch carefully as local shearers worked under pressure throughout the day carefully removing fleece at the Show.

THE 127th Annual Euroa Show was on again last weekend, with old favourites and new attractions making it a real crowd winner.

Stalwarts of the show; including the ever popular Euroa Shears, pavilion displays, sheep, cattle, poultry and dog shows drew large crowds, and the new events in 2017 kept show-goers entertained.

Attendance numbers were up this year, and the Show Committee said they were thrilled at the enormous community support.

The Show was opened by Sarah Parker, the President of Australian Women in Agriculture, and a dairy farmer at Undera in northern Victoria.
There were some innovative and interesting additions to the schedule in 2017.

Those on offer included community run food stalls, hay bale art, a hay-bale maze, the ‘Wild Action’ wildlife show, and the Young Farmers’ Challenge.

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